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is by the bank of england in charge of recruiting credit in our economy. instead what we ought to be getting from him is an apology and a thank you for clearing up the mess they made. [shouting] >> sir edward lee. >> may i say to the prime minister occasionally one should be grateful, so -- [laughter] may i warmly commend him for being the first conservative prime minister ever to commit to a referendum on europe, and for leading a government that is done more than any other government to tackle welfare dependency, to reduce immigration and to bring in academies. thereby showing that -- popular and ride all the same time. [shouting] >> can i thank my honorable friend for his question, and can i on behalf of everyone in the house congratulate him on his richly deserved night it. >> here, here. >> yes, sir. dden is how so many decades and he also served in the vital role of overseeing the public accounts committee which is such important work in our parliamentary system. i am grateful what he says about the referendum and i would urge all college to come to the house on july 5 and vote for this bi
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